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a lot. they've still got a couple give indiana already over the limit. jim: that's the second on teague. davis down to seven. jim: they feel like it's a tight game in that situation. jim: four on the shot clock, indiana steals it. to watford. davis is out of position now. watford in the paint. zeller, put back. 82-77. indiana has responded. 16 for zeller. that's going to be a foul there on indiana. clark: oladipo. jim: that's it for oladipo. ncaa.com, get coverage of the division one women's basketball tournament. ncaa.com/finalfour. they lose one of their star players, oladipo averages 11 points a game. he had 15 tonight. on top of that, he's an all big ten defender. see that disappear. clark: you see his fire, he's disappointed he'll have to watch the rest of this one, trying to inspire his teammates to fight and come all the way back. don't miss his ability to go off the dribble. just from an athleticism standpoint, he brings a lot. so roth replaces oladipo, he's a terrific three-point shooter. jim: kentucky sends its terrific shooter, lamb, to the line for a one and one. people that
got a couple give indiana already over the limit. jim: that's the second on teague. davis down to seven. jim: they feel like it's a tight game in that situation. jim: four on the shot clock, indiana steals it. to watford. davis is out of position now. watford in the paint. zeller, put back. 82-77. indiana has responded. 16 for zeller. that's going to be a foul there on indiana. clark: oladipo. jim: that's it for oladipo. ncaa.com, get coverage of the division one women's basketball tournament. ncaa.com/finalfour. they lose one of their star players, oladipo averages 11 points a game. he had 15 tonight. on top of that, he's an all big ten defender. see that disappear. clark: you see his fire, he's disappointed he'll have to watch the rest of this one, trying to inspire his teammates to fight and come all the way back. don't miss his ability to go off the dribble. just from an athleticism standpoint, he brings a lot. so roth replaces oladipo, he's a terrific three-point shooter. jim: kentucky sends its terrific shooter, lamb, to the line for a one and one. people that know the hi
. the states of tennessee and kentucky also indiana, they've all been battered by powerful storms which have ripped apart homes and damaged schools. >> in indiana, they know the meaning of the word destruction all too well. ripped apart like match stick buildings, the houses in clark county have been reduced to rubble. one whole town was said to have completely gone. this is one of the tornados that caused the damage. filmed by a man in his car, you can just make out the swirls and the hammer of hail on his wind screen. >> i was heading home from work and i was just driving home to take shelter because we had advanced notice of the severe weather coming in. i was about 2 miles away from the tornado which during in my photos and video it is over the henryville-marysville area that was devastated. >> tornados usually happen when a front of cool dry air is met by warmer more moist air that creates the perfect conditions for twisters. parts of georgia, alabama, ohio, kentucky, as well as tennessee and indiana have been hit. in tennessee, blaine surveyed the damage to his home. he said the storm
tornadoes that plowed through indiana at 175 miles per hour. this as a 2-year-old girl is found alone in a field. the only survivor in her family. a young symbol of hope against a backdrop of destruction and despair. >>> murder mystery. a handyman is arrested in connection with the death of a wealthy detroit woman. but while he's confessed to having a role in the crime, he says he did not work alone. >>> and i sincerely apologize. in a surprising show of remorse, radio host rush limbaugh apologizes for his remarks against a georgetown law student. what may have brought about his change of heart? we'll get some insight "today," change of heart? we'll get some insight "today," sunday, march 4th, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, and welcome to "today" on a sunday morning. i'm lester holt in henryville, indiana. >> and i'm jenna wolfe, along with carl quintanilla inside studio 1a. so here's the latest now on the storm aftermath. 37 people are confirmed dead, including 20 in kentucky, 12 in indiana, and 3 in ohio. >> national weather service says the fo
of the hardest hit areas. friday's storms killed at least 39 people across five states. parts of southern indiana and kentucky were just devastated. 21 people died in kentucky where the governor has asked for federal assistance. terrell brown is in henryville, indiana with the latest. good morning, terrell. >> betty, good morning to you. it was the unseasonably warm air that triggered these deadly storms causing damage that you see here like this. would you believe three days later, snow is falling across the same region and their timing couldn't be any worse as thousands here don't have power. people in henryville, indiana, are working together distributing water and sifting through donated supplies, food and clothing as they start to rebuild their lives. >> we're a tight knit place and we pull together when tragedy. >> two tornadoes hit henryville friday. one of them packed winds in excess of 165 miles per hour. the cleanup is under way, but it's going to take time and henryville school officials are trying to figure out how they'll finish the rest of the year. the elementary, middle and high s
storm system moved into henryvil henryville, indiana. tornado ravaged members have to deal with snow. although the first baptist church was ravaged, neighbors dealt with debris to gather and we're ship. >> there's still a lot of chaos, a lot of loss. >> reporter: among the dead, the entire babcock family of peeken, indiana. mom, dad, two kids, 14-month-old ngel, foundndndndndndndndndndnd >>> making news in america this morning. more pain. >> a one/two punch. snow is now headed to the tornado zone. it is not getting any easier for the survivors in one storm-ravaged community and across that region, the death toll still rising. >>> tough talks from president obama about iran's nuclear threat. ahead of a critical white house meeting he said no actions are off the take. >>> the republican presidential candidates enter homestretch has candidates get ready for the super tuesday contest. will they be enough to finally thin the field. >>> and gas prices are still climbing. today, dozens of members of congress will say enough is enough. >>> and good monday morning, everyone. we start with the
-universal television >>> good evening. tonight, a u.s. senator from indiana said they'd appreciate the prayers of everyone watching television tonight. we are covering a severe weather outbreak of severe weather this evening, the likes of which we are not sure we've ever seen before. 155 million americans have been in the path of severe weather today and tonight. we had tornados in eight states. at one point this evening, there were 19 separate tornado warnings. ve othe map in theve southeast, including se maomr cities, including some smaller towns that are frankly no longer standing. at the heart of some of these storms is some of the strongest weather this planet can produce. our team has fanned out to cover it all. we want to begin with the worst of it. dr. greg forbes is the severe weather expert at the weather channel. dr. forbes, we've been watching you all afternoon into the evening. you've been asked to prioritize about the larger tornados. where is the worst headed tonight? >> some is rolling across eastern parts of kentucky. we have tornado warnings all the way north of the ohio rive
out so the game came during the middle of march madness. >>> the mom from southern indiana who lost both legs protething her children from a tornado is recovering at home. part of her home fell on her when the stores ripped through henryville indiana earlier this month and she saved her 8-year- old son and her 5-year-old daughter by laying on top of them. decker says she is ready to get out of wheelchair. >> i am going to push that harder and see if we can't get prosthetics sooner because i am ready to get up and walk again. >> detectives do -- they have asecond home they have been renting out and friends and family remodeled it to make it wheelchair accessible and she sounds like an amazing woman. her piert most people would -- spirit most people would feel sorry for them snows and it's dry in indiana today. here at home, -- themselves and it's dry in indiana today -- for themselves. >> and it's dry in indiana today. a light breeze will make it feel that much worse outside. temperatures are in the 30s and i will show you that in a second. but we are feeling a lot colder. those wind
. susan mcguiness begins our coverage in the small town of henryville, indiana where residents are trying to recover. reporter: wayne jones is sifting through what's left of his henryville, indiana home. >> up here in the tree is the brains of the mobile home. reporter: a tornado demolished this town, sending a school bus into a building, dropping a tractor-trailer on a gas station and sheering the walls off of homes. terry kirk went to inspect the convenience store where she used to work. >> i don't see any possible way anybody could have survived in this. reporter: the tornado that came through henryville moved with such force it blew the back wall off of the high school gym here. devastation like this stretches across the midwest and south. a shot from the air shows the storm's path through kentucky. in the town of west liberty, the national guard joined state police searching for survivors. residents who got out alive aren't allowed to go home yet. >> the area has been declared as martial law and we're asking everybody to stay out. as you can see, it's a very dangerous area. report
boxes here, parts of tennessee and kentucky, and maybe indiana, and ohio, also, that is the bull's i didn't. it will happen probably in the next three or four hours. there will be numerous tornadoes on the ground. we are seeing that across areas of the ohio river valley, harrisburg to the west of that they will clear out here. and the storm they had there today not as bad as in the east. you can see the cells lining up, exploding cross the same areas. to the north of louisville, cutting right around evansville, pretty big founds and in louisville a lot of rotation so that is scary. a big area under threat here. you can see all of this red, the moderate risk and this morning, a high risk. they do this less than ten times a year with that kind of a threat but it includes cincinnati, through louisville, lexington, and around the nashville area under a high risk for tornadoes. very rough situation on our hands and it will go in to the overnight hours toward the eastern side of this and. and headed in to the carolinas and the bull's eye right across the ohio river valley. >>shepard: watch
: overnight, a winter storm system moved into henryvil henryville, indiana. tornado ravaged members have to deal with snow. although the first baptist church was ravaged, neighbors dealt with debris to gather and we're ship. >> there's still a lot of chaos, a lot of loss. >> reporter: among the dead, the entire babcock family of peeken, indiana. mom, dad, two kids, 14-month-old angel, found in a field after the storm, taken off of life support yesterday. across the street from where the babcocks lived, genie llewellyn's home but she's thankful her family made it. this charlotte, north carolina family is thankful too, three of the children were sucked out of the house when the twister struck. all of the kids were hospitalized but none had serious injuries. the doctors gave the kids a special nickname. >> they looked at him and couldn't believe it. they called him a the miracle baby. >> reporter: in kentucky, a woman prayed that a twister would go away. >> take this away from my home! >> reporter: she lived, so many miracles, amid enormous destruction. >> those are storms we usually see in
, kentucky and indiana have been battered by powerful storms and large hailstones. one small town in indiana is said to have completely gone. let's speak to chad hinton who joins us from indiana. chad, i want to ask you first of all about these pictures you have sent us of this big tornado. tell me where you were when you took it and where you going to? >> yes, i was heading home from work, and i was just driving home to take shelter because the advance notice of the severe weather coming in. i was about two miles away from the tornado which, in my photos and video, it is over the henry bell, marysville area that was devastated. >> why are you not trying to get away? clearly, i understand that you live there, but were people not moving away from the area? this is not the only tornado. >> right, there were a lot. basically, you're told to seek shelter in your basement. in between work and home i was trying to get to the nearest point and get into the basement of the home. of course, we did not know exactly where the weather was. it was very rapidly developing. >> have you been able to get out
sunday. susan candiotti, cnn, indiana. >> thank you very much. this has been a day of taking stock for victims of that deadly rash of tornados that hit 11 states. many lost everything. the extreme weather claimed at least 39 lives in kentucky, indiana, ohio, iand georgia. no corner of this small town was spared. homes annihilated and trees plucked out of the ground and there were scenes like this all over the midwest and south tonight. the number of people killed from the storm has risen to 21 in kentucky. despite damage, we are hearing stories of survival. here's tim in the hard hit town. >> reporter: on the out skirts of west liberty, kentucky, tornado survivors return home. >> this was your house? >> this was my house, yes. >> where is the house now? >> across the street in the parking lot. >> the rubble is across the street. that's your house? >> yes. >> she had only moments to make it into the basement and rode out the storm. >> can you believe you are safe and sound? >> it was all rather quickly. so quickly that i did not have a lot of time to think. you think back on it and
. and this is why. terrifying scenes on the ground. the view from a car window in indiana. and this, a monster funnel cloud just outside louisville. and this is what it sounds like on the ground. [ sirens ] those sirens blazing out their alarms. as we said, our team is spread across the storm zone. and we're going to begin now with abc's meteorologist, ginger zee, in jasper, indiana. she's been traveling alongside this storm all day. ginger? >> reporter: diane, at least six are dead across the region tonight. that number will rise. it is not rare to see tornadoes this time of year. but to see an outbreak of this magnitude certainly is, and it is not over. devastating twisters, sweeping through the heartland tonight. this one bearing down on louisville, kentucky. [ sirens ] >> we're now looking and seeing this tight rotation here. >> reporter: warnings like this, heard from the ohio valley to the deep south. all day, long-track supercell storms breeding clusters of tornadoes, racing at 70 miles per hour, destroying homes and leaving dozens injured or dead. in henryville, indiana, the damage has
reporting from henryville, indiana, a town that was it lutterly devastated by friday's storms. >> i'm amy robach inside studio 1a. here's what we know. 31 dead, 14 in indiana, 14 in kentucky and three in ohio. that number is expected to rise today. authorities say it's difficult to determine how many people are missing as searchers struggle with the lack of electricity in many areas. >> reporter: more than 85 tornados were reported on friday. it was the second time in a week that storms swept across parts of the nation's midsection. ten states were under some kind of weather threat. the hardest hit areas are in southern indiana, kentucky, ohio, tennessee, and northern alabama. now, in terms of size, this storm system was enormous. we watched it building all day. it stretched from the gulf coast to the great lakes. it was so side that an estimated 34 million people were at risk for severe weather. that's according to the national weather service, amy. >> and, lester, you were just in harrisburg, illinois. and i know you arrived in henryville about an hour ago. can you describe where you ar
boxes. indiana, ohio, down south to northern georgia, even western north carolina and south carolina. those little boxes of red are tornado warnings. that is where right now there are a lot of reports of tornadoes actually on the ground. we're seeing a lot of damage out of henriville, indiana. reports of a high school severely damaged, and another tornado moving into the area right now. that's a big hot spot and half a dozen reports of tornadoes right around the border there of kentucky and indiana and another zone that's firing just a little farther down to the south. again, all part of the same system that is going to be headed this way. for us the heavy rain. you see it right there. that's the line just south and west of cincinnati, ohio. so cincinnati likely to begin a tornado warning very soon, too. heavy rain, fredericksburg, headed to the north and east up into st. mary's county, calvert county, moderate rain around warranton so a sloppy afternoon and evening rush for us. we're at 49 degrees with a southeast wind at 9 miles per hour. we'll have temperatures dropping to about 5
. this video like the first one shot in henryville, indiana. all told at least 37 people are dead. the number of missing are impossible to know right now. i'm don lemon thank you for joining us in the cnn newsroom. i want to bring in meteorologist jackie jarris. first the video from the gas station. >> you can see the debris within that funnel. it's amazing to think how close they must have been to that tornado and feeling the impact and that sucking in as air rushes into the tornado. there you can see in the middle that swirling around that's debris. we think there might be one or two vortices. this was in an intense cation stage. and the i-reporter video from kevin wells. >> can we listen to it a little bit more and talk about it? >> i have friends over there. >> [ bleep ]. >> jackie that is so frightening. kevin will join us live in a little bit. this is incredible video. >> we have new information in this hour that that tornado was an ef-4. it is one of the strongest tornados ever recorded in the top 2%. winds between 166 to 200 miles per hour. that can cause massive devastation. look at
tonight, heads up our reporting from henryville, indiana. hey, lester, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. i'm standing in the middle of the 52-mile-long path of the biggest tornado of that day, the ef4 churning at speeds of 175 miles per hour. what does that translate into? how about a power pole that snapped into thirds? reinforced metal bent like paper around that tree branch. and here's the attic of a house that simply collapsed on top of itself. this didn't take place over a matter of minutes. it happened in a matter of seconds. and survivors are finding that moving on presents a new and different challenge each day. three days after the tornado gutted this small indiana town, this morning, a blanket of snow, adding insult to injury. aaron zoemen falls on the slick rubble of his home as he searches for family photos and ke keepsakes. he's unhurt. >> kind of makes you worry about all the rest of the pictures when the snow melts. >> reporter: today, many of his neighbors who also lost their homes filed into a church to accept donated food, clothing and supplies. other sur
school bus through the front of a diner in henryville, indiana, plus an entire town has been wiped off the map by devastating twisters. we will go live to the hardest hit areas. >>dave: and gas prices climb for the 25th straight day. there is no end in sight. can anything be done to ease your pain at the pump? >> it could cost you billions to bail out the auto industry but chevrolet is pulling the plug on the volt with poor sales. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, and right to the breaking news, it has been devastated throughout the midwest. we are waking up to the weather alert because deadly twisters have torn up the country. >> tons of hopes ripped to pieces days after around round of tornadoes and some of the west damage in southern indiana, tornadoes leave 14 people dead there. >> we have total destruction in northeast clark county. and we have total destruction in parts of southern scott county. we have total destruction in parts of washington county. we have multiple fatalities that we are aware in the three counties. >>clayton: a dozen people k
against the clock to find survivors still stuck in this rubble. we're live in indiana with the latest. >> dave: and mitt romney steals another victory taking the washington state caucuses. is this the momentum he needs just two days before super tuesday, clayton? >> thank you, dave. the next time you want to fly you may want to listen to your flight attendant and turn off your cell phone. how a passenger's blackberry causes chaos in the sky. are you paying attention? ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for waking up early with us, we know you want to know what happened through the midwest and the south. we begin with a fox news weather alert, the death toll from the twister outbreak is up to 38 people, and towns have been leveled and people's lives were destroyed in a blink of an eye. >> we looked through the back window in the basement and see the debris flying by and when it was done i, walked in the front porch and told the neighbor he'd lost his building. >> that man describing what he went through in piner, kentucky and we're hearing similar stories from all over the south an
the midwest and the south, 39 people were killed across five states. we'll go live to henryville, indiana, where lester holt has been reporting for several days now. take a look at the devastation just ahead. >> and we'll hope to save you money when we help you brush up on negotiating skills whether at the nail salon or a car dealership. you can ask for a discount and sometimes they will give it to you. how to get the best bargain coming up. >> and you know and love him as don draper on "mad men." he's in a new movie about how lives and friendships can change after the kids go. he stars with his real life partner who also wrote and directed the film "friends with kids." we'll talk to him. >> and also his second movie with kristin wiig and maya. >> lots to get to. natalie is at the news desk with the headlines. hi, natalie. >> hello once again. good morning, everyone. several inches of snow are on the ground in henryville, indiana, complicating cleanup efforts for resident there is hard hit by violent storms that ripped through the region last week killing 39 people. lester holt is there w
the electricity. susan mcginnis reports from hard-hit henryville, indiana. >> reporter: utility crews are working to get the lights back on in henryville. thousands are still without power in the areas hardest hit by this weekend's tornados. at henryville high school, they used heavy equipment to scoop up the debris. courtney cummings is a freshman. >> i want to be there. i want to be there, i want to be in my classes, i want to see my teachers, and i want to be with my friends. >> reporter: school has been canceled for at least the rest of the week. just like the work crews and residents, volunteers are working overtime, taking in loads of donations and handing them out. >> it's going to take a long time to rebuild, but this is great community, and there's a lot of hope here, and we're going to get through it. >> reporter: 15-month-old angel babcock is the storm's latest victim. rescuers found her alone in an indiana field, but she died two days later. her father, mother, and two siblings also died. the whole family was laid to rest monday in salem, indiana. >> it's just a nightmare. everybody's
. at least 21 people now dead in three states, 14 alone in indiana. many communities have been reduced to piles of debris. fox's lauren green has the latest. >> reporter: in southern indiana a trail of destruction and devastation, parts of the state completely leveled as severe weather, golf ball size hail, wind and rain batter the u.s. midsection once again. >> i jumped up and ran out the front door in the pouring rain, turned around and my house is totaled. >> reporter: the latest round of powerful storms stretching from the gulf coast to the great lakes, a dozen recorded tornadoes slashing through parts of nine states seen from henryville, indiana, revealing the extensive damage, wrecked homes, a damaged prison and a school destroyed. >> first we noticed one of our dumpsters laying a couple hundred feet across the road in an adjacent field and then we began to see all our private vehicles. our employees, we lost between 25 and 30 vehicles. >> reporter: the damage not only contained to indiana, eastern tennessee, portions of illinois and missouri also affected while other to every
. there are doomsday scenarios we have to report and it's playing out in places like this. henriville, indiana where deadly twisters tore up homes, literally to shreds. stripping businesses off their foundations, and ensuring some places will never look the same. i'm jamie colby, it's good to have you here. >> kelly: it is good to have you with us, i'm kelly wright. welcome to a brand new hour of america's headquarter. here is a look at the terror these people were facing. (siren sounding) >> that's the sound of sirens blaring a massive funnel cloud roaring through a town in alabama and what example of a string of tornados sent folks running for their lives. >> it was completely a mess. they come right down that holler and wiped out this house and everything else that come along. a pine tree limb come down slapped us in the eye and it was no good. >> every time we'd beating around our heads thank god we made it. >> i looked up aen talk to go my daughter across the street and i looked up and seen debris everywhere. >> what do you make of this all this. >> i don't know, i'm glad to be alive, that's a
, communities, wiped out. and on the ground new video of that ef4 twister barreling down on henryville, indiana leaving a wasteland in its wake. school buses tossed like footballs. >> we were just trying to do our best to get every kid, you know, home before the thing hit. >> reporter: with the tornado upon them, grown acted quickly to get three children, including his daughter, off the bus and in a church basement. >> i could hear stuff. and then i could also see like the stuff spinning in the air outside of the windows. >> reporter: in west liberty, kentucky a woman prayed fervently that the approaching menace would go away. >> take this up away from our home. >> it was coming up over the hill and it began forming and you could see the funnel. knocked the porch right off. i watched it go. >> reporter: her house was spared. so much of the town was not. in pekin, indiana little angel babcock's mom, dad, and two siblings died in the storm not far from the field where she was found. sadly, doctors later took her off life support. >> i reached for her hand and was holding her hand. and i don't kno
in hard-hit kentucky and indiana. >>> president obama has a key meeting with the prime minister of israel and more with steve croft of "60 minutes" and his explosive cyber warfare investigation. >>> i am gayle king. rush limbaugh apologizes it a d.c. law student but the sponsors are still walking away. we'll talk to the man behind hbo's new film approximate sarah palin and the 2008 campaign. >>> i'm erica hill, george clooney, brad pitt and many more on stage for one night only. we'll also check in on prince harry's royal visit in the bahamas. >>> first, as we do every morning, we begin with a look at today's eye-opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>> i'm so heartbroken. i feel like i don't care anymore. >> a toddler found in a field becomes the latest victim of the tornado tragedy. >> 14-month-old angel babcock, a girl who became a symbol of hope died after being taken off life support. >> as residents across five states work to rebuild after an epic disaster. >> i work all my life to have what we have and it's all gone in 15 seconds. >>> the chips are down. i have israel's back. >> presi
indiana to georgia. at least 37 people are dead. now the focus has changed and survivors, scores of jurtd people are waking up in hospitals this morning. their homes and the homes of their neighbors are gone. people are now picking through the rubble to find anything they can salvage. officials in west liberty, kentucky, say they are thankful the damage wasn't worse, even as the town was devastated by 135-mile-per-hour winds and one reported death. rob marciano getting a look at some of west liberty's hardest hit areas. good morning to you. tell us what you are seeing today. >> well, gary, finally today they have been able to clear the main roads enough to where larger vehicles can get through, including trucks carrying power poles, emergency crews, and for the first time we're able to show you these pictures life and over my shoulder. that tells you the story. some well built brick and mortar commercial buildings torn p like really i've never seen it. an ef-3 tornado coming through here with winds at 140 miles per hour. not that building, but the bank has been here for 100 years. that bu
zone. >> it's hard to believe that harsh winter weather is hitting henryville, indiana after summer-like killer tornadoes tore through the area. abc's ginger zee is there. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. yesterday we flew over the tornadic annihilation. we've seen a lot of images like this on the ground. but to see it from above was something completely different. when you see all of the homes wiped from their foundation, you see the trees that have been snapped and plucked from that huge tornado, and really when you fly above it it gives you that width or that breadth that it covered, at times a half a mile, this ef 4 monster had winds of 175 miles per hour. and boy, could you see it from up there in that chopper. so we went over not only the town of pekan, where poor baby angel at this time we found was taken off life support. and that was that one family who now was altogether taken from that tornado. but in pekan the tornado then moves to henryville. from there to marysville, where one church stands alone. so many stories of lucky survival because
. >> marina molina in the extreme weather center. mike tobin in henryville, indiana. check in with mike tobin, first. >> rick, everywhere is a profound scene of destruction. this house the roof the house was blown off. the location is right across the street from the henryville high school where students were sheltering in place. the local emergency authorities say this is proof that the air early warning system worked because of all of the people sheltering in the high school only one person was killed. i want to show you amateur video out of pe pekin indiana where you can see the funnel cloud forming in the sky and reaching its fury and reaching down toward the earth and cutting its path of destruction. we now know from the national weather service debris was pulled some 5,000 feet in the air before it was deposited. we also know as the tornado was working its way along the ground four people on that particular scene were are killed. marysville indiana. wiped out an entire town. back out here live you can see the power crews restoring power engaged in what is now the primary activity. there
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